Apex has published a new teaser for the sports electric car AP-0February 27, 2020
The Apex press office published another teaser that partially shows the front of the all-electric sports car, which is currently known as the AP-0. The car will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show.
Earlier this month, the Apex brand published the first teaser of the concept of its sports electric car, which will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show – the latter will begin in a couple of days. The novelty received the code designation AP-0. This image, which showed the car in profile, showed flared wings and a massive tail fin, as on old Formula 1 cars.
Now, however, we are looking at a new teaser image that partially shows the front of the car. It is safe to say that the AP-0 is a machine that looks very aggressive. Its design was written by the famous British designer Guy Colborne, who drew inspiration from oriental art, culture and heritage.
Seen from the front, the AP-0 “takes the form of a dragon” with sharp and jagged lines that are located around the false radiator grille, as well as two piercing eyepiece headlights.
The previously mentioned aerodynamic fin stretches to the rear of the car and is very similar to those created for Formula 1 racing cars. An advanced LiDAR camera is also installed here.
According to the official description of Apex, “it was decided to abandon the rear spoiler – instead, it uses a flat floor and a large rear diffuser, which creates a huge amount of air flow. As a result, the downforce provides the car with excellent dynamic characteristics, handling and stability on the road. “
In terms of performance, it’s hard to say how fast the battery-powered AP-0 will be, or whether it can match the 400-horsepower AP-1 that was introduced last year. The AP-1 with an internal combustion engine weighs only 620 kg and is reported to be able to accelerate to 100 km / h in 2.5 seconds.
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